A panther just mauled the box office competition, and some suggest its next victim might be an upstart superhero movie operation.
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New movie universes envisioned by DC and Universal are already falling flat with audiences.
The “Saturday Night Fever” soundtrack is more than just a collection of songs from a movie, and more than just 75 minutes of toe-tapping good tunes. Its cultural significance is undeniable, and it’s an unforgettable reminder of a truly bizarre episode in American popular culture, that no other musical fads since have been able to top, or copy.
This is a rare moment in world history. Right now, all the harassers, molesters and assaulters are finally being exposed, after thousands of years of that type of behavior being swept under the rug.
“Thor: Ragnarok” is the third movie about the hammer-wielding Norse superhero. It’s also the 17th movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since all of this foolishness got underway a decade ago, with the first “Iron Man” movie.
“One of Us” is a documentary that premiered on Netfilx last month after debuting at the Toronto Film Festival in September.
According to early estimates, “Jigsaw” is expected to take in approximately $20 million in its opening weekend. If the blockbuster reception of “It” and the surprise success of “Get Out” are anything to go by, the film could exceed these modest expectations.
I turn the reviewing duties over to my son, who has capably handled this task in the past, and is happy to do so again. Without further fanfare, I present my 10-year-old son’s review of “Geostorm.”